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Nov 10, 2012 7:00pm EST
provided any classified information to paula broadwell, the woman reported to be involved here. however, i do think you have an appearance problem and an optics problem when the intelligence community -- and indeed, congress itself says that it's currently on a crusade to stop leaks and improper contacts with the media and unauthorized disclosures, and then you have the head of the central intelligence agency, at least for some time, have a relationship with a journalist that was not publicly known. now, broadwell is not a traditional journalist. she's a former military officer herself who was writing a dissertation that later became a book, but it was ultimately a book that was co-authored with a reporter for "the washington post," so broadly speaking, she's a member of the media. you know, you had senator feinstein yesterday saying that petraeus shouldn't go, but just a few months earlier, senator feinstein's committee was proposing legislation that would require anybody in the intelligence community to report any single time -- or every single time they had a contact with a
Nov 16, 2012 9:00am EST
questions. >> was he asked about the statement that paula broadwell made at a speech? >> no. >> about the c.i.a.? >> no. >> are you saying the d.n.i. took it out or the administration took it out? >> not the d.n.i. again, it was not -- i guess it's how you define the administration. because it also went to the department of justice, state department and i believe the national security council. >> did he talk about the films, the videos and how -- >> yes. >> and what did he say -- >> i can't get into that. nothing controversial. >> did you guys watch any films today like what they did -- >> no. yesterday. we saw them yesterday. we saw them yesterday. >> did he say why it was taken out of the talking points? >> no. >> he didn't know? >> they were not involved -- >> how did he not know? >> it was done -- the process was completed and they said -- ok, go with those talking points. again, i got the impression it involved seven, eight, nine different agencies. >> did he give any impression that was upset that it was taken out? >> no. >> did the c.i.a. say ok to the revised reports? >> after
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